Video Display Terminals Sample Clauses

Video Display Terminals. When employees are required to monitor video display terminals which use cathode ray tubes, then:
Video Display Terminals. (a) When a majority of an employee's daily work time requires monitoring such video display terminals, such employees shall have their eyes examined by an ophthalmologist or optometrist of the employee's choice at the nearest community where medical facilities are available prior to initial assignment to VDT equipment and after six (6) months, a further test and annually thereafter if requested. The examination shall be at the Employer's expense where costs are not covered by insurance. Where requested the Employer shall grant leave of absence with pay.
Video Display Terminals. The Employer shall ensure that any new office equipment or facility required for use in conjunction with Video Display Terminals (VDTs) shall meet the standards required by the WorkersCompensation Board.
Video Display Terminals. The Employer shall provide ergonomically appropriate VDT equipment at all computer and word processing stations purchased or installed after the effective date of the Agreement, whenever the employee has principal job responsibilities which involve the use of such equipment for a majority of his/her time. The Employer will make every effort to schedule at least fifteen (15) minutes of non-VDT work every two (2) hours for those employees who work for extended periods of time at video display terminals. Non-VDT work is in addition to rest periods provided by Section 13.04.
Video Display Terminals. The parties agree to the following terms respecting the use of video display terminals (VDT's) by employees:
Video Display Terminals. In the event that an employee who operates a VDT becomes pregnant the following provisions shall apply until mutually amended by the Joint Union-Management Committee:
Video Display Terminals. 1. All employees who spend at least eighty percent (80%) of their work time operating "VDT”’s shall be entitled to an annual examination by an eye doctor at the expense of MECDHH/GBSD when not covered by the employee's health insurance. All costs above and beyond the insurance coverage for this annual eye exam, including a co-pay related to that eye exam, will be reimbursed by MECDHH/GBSD. Prior to reimbursement, employees must submit an itemized receipt from their eye doctor verifying the expense incurred.